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Re: AEM 6.1: Link properties not updated on rollout
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- Adobe Experience Manager
Sorry for necroing this thread but since I've recently encountered this issue and was looking for potential reasons, I thought I'd pitch in my info for reference too It seems what you have described is intended behaviour in that MSM won't update links in livecopies that refer to different chapters ( horizontal ) , but it will update links that are within the same hierarchy (Vertical )Thus is you have a link on test pointing to xyz in the blueprint, then the test page of the LiveCopy will continu...

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Re: Responsive Testing for AEM Components
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Hi Manish Do you intend the responsive testing of the components you build in authoring context, or as an end consumer of the web page. The only use case I can think off at the top of my head for the former, would be if you were testing how the AEM authoring environment appears in different devices which is a very very limited use case compared to the latter ( as authoring is typically not done through mobile devices per se ) For the latter, the responsiveness of your site will depend on the fin...

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Re: /etc/map.publish, URL rewriting, one dispatcher, and multiple domains pointing to the same web site: is it possible?
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This has been a long standing problem with AEM and it's capability to handle what really should be , standard requirements for URL re-writes and URL Shortening. I think they dropped the ball on this one, on what is overall a very powerful CMS What you are talking about is correct: In AEM , the ETC maps, will take the first entry they find that matches the content path, regardless of whatever entries there are for that path . It would be ideal for AEM to use the Sling method to match the incoming...

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Re: Changing Livecycle form to an Acroform. This needs to work..
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Hi Mark, How do you mean embed into your website ? - Are you referring to having the PDF openin within the browser through the reader plugin ? Can you clarify how this ability 'goes away' with LiveCycle ?You can have the LiveCycle forms , XFA Based, saved as a Dynamic PDF form from designer.. This will add a PDF wrapper around the XFA structure and users will be able to access the PDF eForm as standalone. It will also be possible to embed this PDF eForm within the website. Tushar

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